HARRISBURG -- E.J. Sandusky, an adopted son of convicted child sex abuser Jerry Sandusky, is no longer an assistant football coach at Division II West Chester University, CBS 21 News Sports Director Jason Bristol has learned.
E.J. Sandusky's contract ended on June 30, according to James Zuhlke, the university's sports information director. Sandusky coached at WCU for five seasons while obtaining a master's degree, which he completed in May.
West Chester, which is located 38 miles west of Philadelphia, officially began looking for a new assistant coach on Tuesday.
E.J. Sandusky's biography and contact information was removed from the WCU sports website after he received harassing phone calls, according to a November 2011 story in The Quad, the school's student newspaper.
He has not spoken publicly about Jerry Sandusky's arrest or conviction.
E.J. Sandusky served the past two seasons as video coordinator and running backs coach. He previously had coached special teams and linebackers at WCU. Prior to West Chester, Sandusky was the head coach at Albright College for 10 seasons, where he won three ECAC championships.
He has 19 years of experience as a college coach.
Jerry Sandusky, the 68-year-old retired defensive coach for Penn State, was found guilty of 45 counts of sexually abusing 10 boys over a period of 15 years on June 23. The charges carry a minimum 60-year sentence and 442 years maximum.
E.J. Sandusky graduated from Penn State in 1992 and played football for the Nittany Lions, as well.